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Chemical engineer

Viktoria Julianna Vargha was Hungarian chemical engineer. Achievements include patents for curing agents for epoxy resins. Recipient Gorog Jeno award. Member of Hungarian Chamber Engineers, Society Plastics Engineers, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Commission Material Science, Hungarian Society Chemists.

Background

Vargha, Viktoria Julianna was born on April 29, 1949 in Budapest, Hungary. Daughter of Victor Gyozo Vargha and Julianna Litsauer.

Education

Chemical Engineering., Technology University Budapest, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy, Technology University Budapest, 1981. Computer Sciences Corporation, Technology University Budapest, 1994.

Career

Technology liaison Budalakk Paint and Synthetic Resin Works, Budapest, Hungary, 1973—1976, research engineer, 1976—1978. Research fellow Research Institute Plastics and Rubber Industry, 1978—2000. Invited research fellow Deutsces Kunststoff Institute, Darmstadt, Germany, 1986—1988.

Research fellow Technology University Budapest, 1990—1994, assistant professor, 1990—1994. Invited lecturer Technicon Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa, 1993—1994. Senior researcher Budapest University of Technology and Economics, since 1994.

Invited lecturer Technikon Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa, 1993—1995. Guest professor Center for Science and Industrial Research, Pretoria, 1999—2000, 2003, 2005—2006, since 2008. Invited speaker University Madison, Wisconsin, 2006.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for curing agents for epoxy resins.

Membership

Member of Hungarian Chamber Engineers, Society Plastics Engineers, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Commission Material Science, Hungarian Society Chemists.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, travel, music, reading.

Connections

father:
Victor Gyozo Vargha

mother:
Julianna Litsauer